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Crewbid lets anyone plan big events for the best price

Crewbid is a company co-founded by friends Brian Blanco, a event promoter and Texas State University student, and Miguel Treviño. The two wanted to wanted… more

UnLtd USA Seeking Businesses to Promote Change

UnLtd USA is a business incubator with a mission: “seek out, fund and support start-up social entrepreneurs—individuals with the ideas, passion and entrepreneurial skills to… more

Heavy Heavy thrives in San Antonio’s startup scene

We were so lucky to meet Jeanette Fernandez at our most recent Latino entrepreneur meet and greet, she’s the super cool Content Director of San… more

San Antonio Latino Entrepreneur Meet & Greet

We’re so excited to be co-sponsoring another Latino entrepreneur meet and greet in San Antonio on June 30 at Geekdom. Our last event in Austin… more

Could tech jobs combat narcos in Mexico?

Mexico could be an unparalleled global destination for technology workers, something that Austin-based IT solutions entrepreneur Anurag Kumar believes would change the country’s economic future.… more

Forget transplants, TeVido can now print new organs

The future of medicine is being developed in El Paso, Texas, at a company called TeVido BioDevices. The technology combines medicine and 3D printing in… more

Latino, Latina entrepreneurs meet up in Austin

Más Wired is co-sponsoring a Latino entrepreneur meet and greet in Austin, Texas on Thursday, May 29 and we’re very excited! We invite you, or… more

Young immigrant builds 2 startups in Austin

Miguel Vázquez is 23 and has already founded two companies. The Mexican immigrant and his family came to Austin from Saltillo, Mexico in 2009 when… more

5 Qs With Geekdom’s Lorenzo Gomez

Más Wired had a chance to catch a few minutes of Lorenzo Gomez’s time recently. As the Director of San Antonio’s Geekdom and Executive Director… more

How tacos can power the Internet

One of our favorite panels at South by Southwest Interactive this year was with our multi-talented friend Mando Rayo, whose panel “Austin Breakfast Tacos: The… more

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